Are you looking for a new CHALLENGE to change your routine, “shake things up” and kick it up a notch?
Do you want to bust your current plateau, get MORE done in LESS time and take your training to the next level?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then you simply owe it to yourself to read this entire website.
My name is Forest Vance. I’m a former pro athlete, Russian kettlebell expert, gym owner, boot camp instructor and personal trainer based out of Sacramento, CA … and what I have to show you today is so incredibly exciting that I had to sit down and write you this entire letter.
See, we’re using a kettlebell training system at my small Sacramento, CA gym that’s getting our clients some *shocking* results. And…
The specific way this training method is put together is, quite frankly, like nothing you’ve ever seen before, and I just can’t WAIT to tell you about it.
I want to tell you my own personal story, because I think it’s important for you to know – and I want to explain to you how the system I’m going to share with you today came to be …
I hold a Master’s Degree in Human Movement, in addition to Personal Training Certifications through the American College of Sports Medicine and National Academy of Sports Medicine. I’m also a Russian Kettlebell Challenge Certified Instructor.
I’ve trained thousands of clients both in person and online, and have a track record of getting people phenomenal results in short amounts of time. Yet…
Back in my football days, I was in top shape. After a great college career and a ‘cup of coffee’ in the NFL, it was time to move on.
I remember feeling so freakin’ fat – so out of shape, and different from my former athletic self – it was just flat-out depressing.
It was this terrible, out of shape and flabby photo of myself, that ultimately triggered my transformation.
Now, when I first started my weight loss journey, my #1 goal was weight loss. So I knew I needed to design my workouts around that goal. But, the main focus of my workouts up to that point in time had been performance. That is, I wasn’t just training for weight loss or to hit a certain number of inches gone … every time I hit the gym, it was to put a few more pounds on the squat bar, or add a couple reps to the bench press.
This PERFORMANCE – based concept … setting goals like doing a few more reps of push ups or squats in a certain amount of time, etc. … is what really accelerated my results, and is what helped me actually make progress and eventually reach my weight loss goal – but in a fun and enjoyable way.
This performance – based idea has become a big part of the workouts I design now … and has since…